JTFF - Japanese Technology from the Future Friday! - AkihabaraNews.com

Japanese Technology from the Future Friday!

This week it’s automobile autopilot by Toyota, which means it’s a shame that Japan’s so small, i.e., road trip options are limited, and then it’s Honda, an early hybrid pioneer who’s fallen by the eco-friendly wayside.

Akihabaranews.com - Diginfo.tv - Asukanet - Floating interactive displays in ATMs of the future

Floating interactive display could be used in ATMs of the future

The Aerial Imaging (AI) Plate, developed by Asukanet, is a next-generation display device which can form an image which appears to be floating in midair from light that passes through it. By combining this device with sensors, it is also possible to interact with the projected images.

Akihabaranews.com - Diginfo - Murata - World's smallest electronic components

World's smallest electronic components are smaller than a grain of sand

Murata Manufacturing has developed the world's smallest chip ferrite beads, which are 0201 size, with dimensions measuring 0.25 x 0.125mm. Chip ferrite beads are electronic components used in smartphones and other mobile devices. Their role is to eliminate noise from electronic equipment and prevent errors in operation.

Akihabaranews.com - Casio - Baby-G watches for active women who enjoy international travel

Casio - Baby-G watches for active women who enjoy international travel

Casio Computer Co., Ltd. is releasing two new models of Baby-G shock-resistant watches for women, “BGA-1300/1310”, on November 29.

Women need sporty, sturdy, international watches too.  But something with a bit more of a soft design.

Casio' new Baby-Gs have a playful design featuring an airplane motif and are geared toward internationally travelling women.

The new Baby-Gs are solar-powered, radio-controlled and include the following features:
- Easy to set world time for 24 different cities

Toshiba REGZA Super Serious - AkihabaraNews.com

Toshiba REGZA Dancer is Really Serious about 4K (VIDEO)

Unflinching Dedication to High-Def
Okay, so be forewarned that this isn't really news, we just want you to watch this video because it's funny how serious this CEATEC spokesdancer was about Toshiba 4K TVs. She was unshakable. Like a rock. She believed in the power of TV with resolution that's beyond the perceptive capability of the human eye!

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